Re. Transfer Letter from [Branch-I] to [Branch-II] Effective from [Date]
Dear [Employee’s Name], I hope you will be doing fine. I am writing to inform you of an important change that has been made regarding your employment at [Company Name]. After careful consideration and evaluation of our business needs, we have decided to move you into another industry within our association. This change is effective from [dispatch date].
We agree that this move offers an excellent opportunity both for your professional development and the turn of events in our organization. The selection has been made based on your ability, experience, and the specific needs of the branch you are to join. Your dedication and commitment to our team have not wavered, and we are confident that you will be of immense value in your new role.
The branch you have been transferred to is located at [mention the precise location of the branch]. This industry is known for its growth potential, diverse customer base, and effective track record related to consumer engagement and sales. We are prepared for the possible results that await you in this new atmosphere and are confident that you will quickly adapt and succeed in your new role.
Your new position at [branch no. x] is [specify the job responsibilities the employee has to fulfill in the other branch precisely]. Although the basic responsibilities may remain similar and comparable, be aware that there may be changes or new difficulties as you adapt to the tasks and methods of the new branch. We trust your abilities and agree that you will be successful in this new role.
Please be assured that the transfer of your workplace is carefully managed and considered for your well-being. We will provide you with all the basic support throughout your progress, including relocation assistance if needed. Someone from the HR department will contact you immediately to investigate the coordinated operation of the transfer and respond to your queries, if any.
We understand that you may have mixed feelings about this change. Leaving existing colleagues and friends at work can be difficult. However, we encourage you to continue this shift so that you can broaden your perspectives, acquire new talents, and make new connections within our association.
We are confident that you will find a strong and welcoming company in the new office. If it’s not too much trouble, make sure your shift is done to maximize your experience and the prosperity of your organization. We appreciate your commitment to our association and agree that this transition will provide you with an opportunity to develop your talents and skills while achieving a constructive outcome in your new workplace.
As you might have questions at this stage, please contact the HR Manager at [name], [phone number], or meet him in person. If you have any problems related to the timeline given for relocation, please let me know at your earliest convenience, as the transfer has to be completed in the shortest possible time.
Congratulations again on your new position. We look forward to your progress and development at [name of the new branch]. Thank you very much for your dedication and commitment to [company name]. The company will remember your unmatched energy and love for work as the foundation of this company. Thank you!
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